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>> live and at large. i'm geraldo rivera. welcome to this special edition of the program. coming up, my celebration of 40th anniversary in the news business. footage. much more mel alan cone anniversary. tomorrow marks one month cave in that trapped resolute band of brothers in the cold damp dark half a mile down in the gold and copper mind in the remote high desert of chile. and the jubilation that accompanied the miners' miraculous discovery alive is dampened now by news their eventual rescue could take four more months. with the latest on the increasing tempo of the rescue efforts, associated press reporter peter pragman is live in chile. peter, i know they have moved in some more equipment. they are starting with alternate drilling sites trying all different ways the president under a lot of pressure to get these guys out as soon as possible, as safely as possible. tell us about some of this renewed effort going on down there. >> absolutely. first of all, happy 40th anniversary. >> thank you, man. the word spread each not southern hemisphere. >> that's right. as you mentioned th
and at large and welcome, everybody, to this special edition. i'm the real geraldo rivera. this is part two of my celebration of my first 40 years in the news business. also tonight recognizing that many americans just hanging out at home on this, the last unofficial weekend of summer, because whatever successive had is because of your support, my wife and i would like to invite you into our home and that's moments away. but squarely it's in the national spotlight recently with the elections of two prominent elected officials continuing to thrive despite negative stories that might have crushed other politicians in other times. one is being sued by the feds for refusing to cooperate with their investigation into allegations of racial profiling, and most arizonaiance like him over washington. and there's the deer in the light debate moment might have hurt a lesser candidate but the last poll we have on her governor's race, it has her crushing the democrat by 57-38%. while that poll admittedly was done prior to brewer's recent stumbles, scott rasmus son told us today out-of-state critics migh
] ♪. >> geraldo rivera here, fox news time. willing to bet my mustache that you, michael jackson, are innocent. >> her ray, it's geraldo. it must be true. >> and share your bed because you are pure at heart and i, geraldo, about prove you by joining you now in your bed. >> oh, no, no. this is a no mustache zone. >> i take it we have a caller. he low? >> hello, geraldo. this is o.j. simpson. i am appalled by what cato is saying. >> oh, my poor, sad, diluted black brother. do you not see you only have yourself to blame? >> yeah, listen, geraldo, you are breaking up. i'm on my car phone. hold on, i'll be there in just a second. >> geraldo, i don't think o. j. did it anymore. >> that i understand we have a special report coming in. joining us live from afghanistan, here is geraldo rivera. >> hello. are you receiving me? >> we are here, geraldo. you are live on the show. >> larry, this brave reporter has spent days investigating and researching, and i have come up with a shocking discovery that is going to rock the balls and ass of the literally world. steven mckali, author of a million little fibe
like but how can i tell you about the way it smelled. >> ladies and gentlemen, geraldo rivera. the answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind. >> abc's wide world of entertainment ♪ >> thursday night special. >> very, very special treat for y'all. >> here is the anchorman of good night, america. geraldo rivera. >> geraldo rivera presents an exclusive, intimate hour-long look at this remarkable star. >> geraldo, thank you more tonight on 20/20. >> geraldo has more from new york. geraldo, this is too much. >> it's funny, it's pathetic. it's all of those things. >> a mystery of al capone vaults. >> a massive concrete vault has been discovered. >> the geraldo rivera special. >> modern love. >> bid a sweet farewell to the sexual revolution. >> devil worship. >> whether satan exists is a matter of belief. >> we continue our investigation into a sorted story of multiple murder and apparent greed. >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome geraldo rivera. [cheers and applause] >> it is my constitutionally protected opinion that o.j. simpson has gotten away with murder. >> i'm gerald
in any business is impressive. 40 years in tv unbeatable. here's to geraldo rivera celebrating four decades in miss. >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen please welcome geraldo rivera. >> the mystery of al capone's vault is hosted by geraldo rivera. >> one of our vehicles hit a landmine we've got casualties. >> geraldo: i think you are an evil person. i'm terrible. >> geraldo: you are terrible. >> i'm awful. >> geraldo: you are a murdering dog. >> i'm a terrible dog, a find. >> geraldo: look at this, i want to show you something. >> are you okay? >> stay there don't go nowhere. we have to stop this fight on the tso, trunks sliding off. >> geraldo: it has nothing to do with illegal aliens it has to do with drunk driving. don't obscure a tragedy to make a cheap political point. this has nothing to do with justice. ♪ ♪ ♪ well i don't know >> greta: geraldo rivera host of geraldo at large, that 40 years just flies by, doesn't it? her i blinked and there i was the senior. i used to be the youngest guy in the shop. >> greta: it is interesting. people done realize, you can have a show
legend. fox's geraldo rivera celebrates 40 years in television, we'll look at some of the amazing stories he has covered and plus, what's next for the unrelenting news man. [ male announcer ] how about we open up a whole can of getting it done? and get this year's colors up on the wall...this year. let's get better prices... and better paint. let's break out the drop cloths, rollers, brushes, and tape. les start smal then go big. no matter what the budget. and when we're done, let's take a bow. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. get $5 off one-gallon cans of behr, glidden, and new, martha stewart living paint. >> it is a milestone only a handful of people in the business survive, but see. geraldo rivera has done it all. why would we now celebrate his 40 years in tv news, what a run it's been and by no mean over, folks. where do you start when you look at a momentous and versus iry to a distinguished career. you may start with the man himself of course. geraldo rivera joining us live and you have all the video ap i asked one of the members of your staff. how do y
happens when the rescue boat cannot reach him. and he sure can interview but can geraldo rivera float like abutter fly and sting like a bee? find out what happens when he gets in the ring with mohammed ali as fox looks back at 40 years of geraldo. >> you know what you look like with no clothes on? you look like a chicken with your feathers picked off. you need a haircut. to keep in balance after 50, i switched to a complete multivitamin with more. only one a day women's 50+ advantage has gingko for memory and concentration plus support for bone and breast health. a great addition to my routine. [ female announcer ] one a day women's. hey, you guys. want to try activia's great new taste? isn't this the yogurt that, you know... helps regulate your digestive system. trust me. it is beyond tasty. mmm. this is really good! new best tasting activia ever! taste it, love it, or it's free! megyn: fox news alert we just got word in the last hour that president obama has made his decision and he will be heading to the pentagon this year on 9/11 for the second year in a row. it is an announcement that
marks 40 years on the air for fox's own geraldo rivera. and his career has spanned decades, genres and a few hairstyles. tonight at 10:00 on fox, geraldo continues to look back at the stories and events he has covered throughout his remarkable career. a quick look at some of the highlight highlights. [ music ] >> my good friend, i'd like you to meet my good friend. melba, roger, tex, frank, bill and jim. >> the eyewitness news team, the reason people like them so much is because they like people so much. >> i first heard of a big place with a pretty sounding name because of a call i received from the member of the willowbrook staff. this is what it looks like. this is what it sounded like. but how can i tell you about the way it smelled? >> ladies and gentlemen, geraldo rivera! [ applause ] >> abc's wide world of entertainmen entertainment. [ music ] >> thursday night special. >> we have a special treat for you all. >> now here is the anchor man of "good night, america," geraldo rivera. [ applause [ applause ] >> geraldo rivera presents an exclusive, intimate hour-long look at this
. the man with the mustache, the one and only geraldo rivera and on television longer than many americans including myself have been alive covering news stories in the u.s.s. and all around the world. riveting interviews. insight only a handful of people can share. we just love you. a career with memorable highs and lows. who can forget number one, all the hair can you tell us this man has had or wigs or you have had a mustache on your face for so many years. i don't know many people that have done that. and ladies and gentlemen, geraldo rivera looking back at 40 wonderful years. is it possible to pick a favorite moment. there is so many? >> there are so many favorite moments. obviously the campaign to close the institutions for the mentally retard second-degree right up there with the coverage of the wars, the hurricanes. and john travolta wearing a speedo. >> julie: didn't you wear one? >> why not. >> julie: i recall you did. you were never too shy about taking off your shirt. there you are. that is the video, i'm glad we had that. you also have -- you are a hands on journalist and i co
marks the 40th anniversary of geraldo rivera's journalistic career for decades of causing trouble but tonight, we have this for mr. rivera the state department has september the u.n. a report that supports the anti-alien law as a possible human rights problem even though there are no cases, none of abuse on the books right now. governor of arizona is furious. here's geraldo to analyze. i asked you to do this, not to debate the law. but both you and i have seen the worst of the world. we are the last lions, ok? nobody coming up behind us has done that because the networks won't pay anymore. they won't pay to send people all over the world. i've been to 75 countries. you've been probably to more, right? >> most of them. >> we have seen atrocities that are just indescribable. in africa, southeast asia, central and south america and still go on today and they, hillary clinton and the state department has the nerve to send arizona to the u.n. as an example of a human rights violation. >> let me click off our various responses. i oppose the law. most latinos oppose the law. that's not
-qaida might want to kill her. geraldo rivera has been investigating. >> a new advocacy advertisement says that mcdonald's causes heart attacks and death. we'll weigh in. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the delaware canudrum, the subject of this evening's talking points memo. with christine o'donnell becoming the republican nominee to take joe biden's senate seat, the race in delaware becomes a national story with two very interesting candidates. first, miss o'donnell. what karl rove and others are concerned about is that the 41-year-old activist has never really had a job in the private sector. in the past year or so, she has made less than $6,000 in income. it also took miss o'donnell about 20 years to get her bachelor's degree from fairly dickinson university. she says it was because she couldn't pay the tuition. for most of her life, christine o'donnell has been involved with conservative politics but along the way, she has had major trouble with the i.r.s. and her home was forec
featuring muhammad. now, fox news anchor geraldo rivera has been investigating. this is pretty serious, right? >> she hasn't just gone into hiding. she's changed her name. she's essentially in a witness protection program as she points out, the government is not supporting her. but molly norris is no more. she has disappeared off the face of the earth. why? because she has been put on the hit list by the same guy that inspired the fort hood shooter, the underwear bomber, the yemeni american who we are now targeting with fatal intent but it is a very, very serious. >> how did she find out it was in -- >> it was the muslim web site that had her name on it but she sponsored and everybody draw muhammad and some had the muhammad controversy and they mentioned muhammad and as a result, the creators of "south park" were targeted by the same one. and then she started her contest on the theory that if everybody drew muhammad then they couldn't -- the jihadists couldn't kill everybody, it would diffuse the threats to any individual who happened to tread on that ground of the cartoon of muhamma
for things like birth control and that has led to a lawsuit. geraldo rivera has been investigating. >> it could be very bad. let me put a caveat supporter of a woman's right to choose, i'm extremely sensitive about the fact that planned patient hood is one of those parenthood frequently gets targeted in the right to life and are opposed to the basic mission of planned parenthood. i think will are a lot of attacks. for instance the family research council in 2008 went after them full stop. however, there is no doubt now that plan the parenthood is under investigation in san diego they found gross financial irregularities in los angeles where this whistleblower gonzalez has filed his lawsuit and in san francisco with the planned parenthood affiliate was forced to deaffiliate with planned parenthood and now operate as a separate clinic because of this overbilling. here is what they do very briefly. they spend $300,000 on oral contraceptives. they charge the government $900,000. now, is that a crime? is that illegal or is that wrong under federal guidelines? maybe, maybe not. they argu
, she is not a person of character. >> hello and welcome to geraldo rivera. i'm kimberly guilfoyle in for geraldo. up front tonight, another victory for the tea party this time in alaska where challenger joe miller defeated inu incumbt lisa murkowski co in the gop primary. with the latest details on this developing story here is casey stegall. >> murkowski taking a page from strom thurman's book. the only person in u.s. history to get elected to the u.s. senate as a write-in candidate and that was back in 1954. but murkowski is an incumbent seeking a second full term as senator. appointed to the seat in 2002 to succeed her father who went on to become the governor of alaska injuries she was reelected in 2004 but lost last month's primary to alaska attorney and fellow republican joe miller. it was a narrow defeat. which is one of the reasons for her decision to keep on plugging along in the race, this time only as a write-in. voters will have to physically write her name on a piece of paper come november in order for her to keep her seat. she says she has been hearing a lot from ala
been recalled. will the union save their jobs? geraldo rivera weighs in two minutes. >> and geraldo stick around for this, the victoria's secret angels are here to give us the bombshell quiz. that should be good. [ female announcer ] lean cuisine presents... the book of truth. food myth #9. [ woman ] chopping, peeling and sauteing can be kinda relaxing at the end of the day. [ female announcer ] relaxing? for who? for fresh taste without the fuss, try new market creations from lean cuisine. the new garlic chicken is freshly steamed in this revolutionary steam pouch that unlocks the flavors of tender white meat chicken, crisp farm picked veggies and al dente pasta, for a steamed dinner like never before. now that's fresh thinking. new market creations from lean cuisine. keep life delicious. and i was a pack-a-day smoker for 25 years. i do remember sitting down with my boys, and i'm like, "oh, promise mommy you'll never ever pick up a cigarette." and brian looked at me at eight years old and said, "promise me you'll quit." i had to quit. ♪ my doctor gave me a prescription for chanti
on a satanic altar. >> i am geraldo rivera while christine o'donnell pride themselves in being out of the mold of the tired traditional tax and spend competitions her 90 talk with bill maher may be harder to explain than other campaign bens masturbation. here's how karl rove put it to chris wallace today on fox news sunday. >> in southern delaware they will won want to know what it w all about. she said it on television when she went on the bill maher show. my view is she can't simply ignore it she has to deal with it and explain it and mover on. >> after saying she was exhausted and cancelling appearances delaware's surprise nominee for senate showed up at a county gop pic picnic. this is how she addressed a controversy caused by her admission of long ago satanism. >> what about witchcraft? >> no. it was high school. >> ep wanted ratings, i gave him ratings. it was high school. i talk to do a reporter today th there will be a story in a couple hours. >> i was in high school. who didn't have teachers and friends. >> i didn't. >> as it turned out back in 1987 the 40-year-old was in high school
live and at large in princeton, new jersey, i'm geraldo rivera. in that grand building behind me is the official residence of governor chris christy who among other battles this election season has thrust himself squarely into the center of the nation's raging debate of what ails public education and how to fix it. two big developments this week brought this long simmering issue to full boil. one was the relief that waiting for superman, a really powerful documentary which rips apart the current sad system in a gut rinking expo say of how vested interests are styling innovation and improvement in our public education. the second catalyst, the second big development was the governor's joint appearance friday on oprah with facebook billionaire founder mark zuckerberg who used the occasion to announce an incredible $100 million donation to help fix one of the nation's worst public school systems, that of newark, new jersey's largest city whose mayor is playing a central role in this extraordinary effort. >> $100 million? >> before we hear from all three men, christy, booker and zuck
: i think that might be dui to boot. joining us now to analyze fox news anchor geraldo rivera. you and i used to do that thing. >> rudy giuliani newly appointed u.s. attorney saw the brokers lining up to buy heroin. this is shocking but also bravo to this reporter in the era of the live shot and the blow drier you don't see a lot of this end briz investigative reporting. busted them pure and simple and they were nabbed and they expressed their guilt by running away as if he wasn't going to take pictures of them fleeing. it's very, very embarrassing. >> bill: are there rules in the unions, the auto workers union that drug testing and things like that? i mean, look, these guys, a lot of them have welders and there are tools. this is no joking matter. they come back and, you know, he doesn't want to be a buzz kill. they come back and they are lit. they have got, you know, you could get hurt. >> stamping the lethal. >> bill: building cars, that's like making -- it's not dunkin' donuts is what i'm saying. heavy materials. you are wielding stuff. >> i absolutely agree. the union issued a
. geraldo rivera, celebrating 40 years in television. >> the enter governmental pbñ14@ on climate change, politicians i around the world cites it's work to support the claims.liti but how did the panel come intoc being and how objective is its science? >> the noble peace prize for 2007 is to be sharedred within e enter governmental panel on climate change and al gore jr. for their efforts to buildup and disseminate great knowledge about manmade climate change.e c >> the international panel on climate change known as the i. p. p. c., founded by the united nation necessary 1988, and how its findings have been used tohe justify some of the most extreme claims about global warming. but how did the group some so influential? the ippc conducts no scientifict research, rather it was found today row meet international climate agreements. a it was chartered to support possible future climatery so that's what they do. >> you can look at their inspiration, the controversyial bureaucrat, samori strong. >> it began in the mind of one ambitious, very rich civil servant, who was one of the factions tha
visit. so what brought him to washington? geraldo rivera joins us next. he is on the hot seat. it is not the only thing we're going to be talking to him about. we asked him questions that viewers like you have sent in. you can go to to post your question. we'll be right back with geraldo next. c cken broth that adds msg, cken broth one stands alone. the secret is swanson 100% natural chicken broth. another heart attack could be lurking, waiting to strike. a heart attack that's caused by a clot, one that could be fatal. but plavix helps save lives. plavix, taken with other heart medicines goes beyond what other heart medicines do alone, to provide greater protection against heart attack or stroke and even death, by helping to keep blood platelets from sticking together and forming dangerous clots. ask your doctor if plavix is right for you. protection that helps save lives. [ female announcer ] certain genetic factors and some medicines such as prilosec reduce the effect of plavix leaving you at greater risk for heart attack and stroke. your doctor may
circle, does it not? >> yeah, it does. geraldo rivera joins us on the couch. how great is it you have an iraqi officer talking about fighting al-qaeda. >> geraldo? >> pause. >> the president down at the pentagon. >> i yield to the president. >> secretary gates, admiral mullen and members of the armed forces, my fellow americans. most of all to you, survivors who still carry the scars of tragedy and destruction, to the families who carry in your hearts the memory of the loved os you lost here. t our nation, this is a day of remembrance, a day ofle reflection and with god's grace, a day of unity and renewal. we gather to remember at this sacred hour on hallowed ground, the places where we feel such grief and where our healing goes on. we gather here at the pentagon where the names of the lost are forever etched in stone. we gather in a gentle pennsylvania field where a plane went down and a tower of voices will rise and echo through the ages. we gather where the twin towers fell, the site where the work goes on so that next year on the 10th anniversary, the waters will flow and steady t
. governor tim pawlenty joins us next hour. >> know this guy? how about now? it's geraldo rivera through the years. he's celebrating a major milestone today. fiber one chewy bar. how'd you do that? do what? you made it taste like chocolate. it has 35% of your daily value of fiber. tasty fiber, that's a good one! ok, her mind. [ male nouncer ] fiber one chewy bars. [ male annouer ] the u.s. gornment may soon require brake override technogy on all new cs and trucks. at nissan, wehink this is a good idea. so we did it... ...six years ago. [ wind howling ] nissan. innovation for safety. innovation for all. nissan. fancy feast created a wayhat to celebrate any moment. fancy feast appetizers. simple high quality ingredients like wild alaskan salmon, whitmeat chicken, or seabass and shrimp in a delicate broth, prepared without by-products or fillers. fancy feast appetizers. celebrate the moment. [ male announcer ] you're at the age where you don't get thrown by curve balls. ♪ this is the age of knowing how to get things done. ♪ so why would you let something le erectile dysfuncti
tax hike for the wealthiest americans much more likely. i am geraldo rivera joining me to assess this breaking bombshell in my opinion is conservative comedian and fox news contributor steve crowder. welcome t o the program. appreciate you coming on board. >> thanks for having me. you look fan it is tick. >> d youar hear wha i heard? >> i did hear what you heard. i hard mr. boehner, mr. botsboe. >> heep wants to separate us an them the have nots and the haves. you are looking at a top bracket going up significantly. 13 percent. over two-thirds of small businesses are taxed under that bracket. >> i hear that about the small businesses all of the time. but this is a small business where the oer of the small business and his wife are making $250,000 or more. they makthe money in the salary but they are making more than a quarter million a year so the small business thing, isn't it relative steve really? >> i don't think it's relative whenou look at how many are employed. this small business is maybe a -- >> that's what they are making. they are taking home 250,000. so that doesn't e
the establishment? geraldo rivera with his predictions on the future of the g.o.p. at the top of the hour. [ male announcer ] you can dream of completely transforming how new york city manages i.t. or, like bmc software, you can dream it and do it. bmc lists on nasdaq, the world's most innovative can-do exchange. - be my wife. - miss dimitra, marry me. - marry me. - marry me. - marry me. - be my wife, please. ( bells toing ) ( all cheering ) ha ha ha! announr: introducing the kohler karbon faucet. i kn who works different than many other allergy medications. hoo? omnaris. [ men ] omnaris -- the nose! [ man ] did you know nasal symptoms like congestion can be caused by allergic inflammation? omnaris relieves your symptoms by fighting inflammation. side effects may include headache, nebleed, nd sore throat. [ inhales deeply ] i told my allergy sptoms to take a hike. omnaris. ask your doctor. battling nasal allergy symptoms? omnaris combats the cause. get omnaris for $11 at >> tgif, everyone. lot of breaking news on this friday, september 17, 2010. five people arrested for threatening
terrorists. now they're here legally. geraldo rivera is sitting right there. there is steam coming out of his ears, you can't see it. he'll tell you the story shortly >> brian: this customer is always right, even if it means tackling a robber with a gun. the guy actually got away. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> is this is roy rogers, junior and you're watching "fox & friends". >> peter: giddyup, trigger. i think trigger went close for a quarter of a million dollars. >> brian: 'cause he's in his 60s, i think. >> peter: trigger? he's stuffed. >> gretchen: more on that later. >> brian: trigger died? >> peter: yeah (geraldo -- >> gretchen: geraldo, save me. >> peter: geraldo rivera will be with us in a couple of moments. >> gretchen: some news to tell you about. unfortunately, it's not great because this is the new video coming out of italy. a 25-year-old woman missing now. check out this amazing video. this is from heavy rain triggering a fast moving mud slide. a river of mud filling up this courtyard and burying several cars. it happened in a coastal town 30 miles south of naples. >>> ira
right, we're lucky enough to be joined by the great geraldo rivera on a saturday morning. >> good morning. >> because you are here on a very special day we'll get to in just a second because you have made your name in news, we need your take on the big news stories of the morning the so-called ground zero mosque and learning about some of the financing behind some of it aen where this investor group has gotten some of the money. turns out some of this could be tied to hamas in a round-about kind of way that one of the key investors has given money to a group that funneled the money right to hamas. what's your take. >> a lot of take and click them off. first of all, fox 5 here in new york did an excellent job and the probing we don't see enough of. major newspapers should have been checking out the finances of this place. this fellow though, i think, may be being painted with a very broad brush, remember, he gave to the holy hand foundation which was ultimately convicted of being a source of funding for hamas, but that was years later. when he gave the money it was prior to 9/11. i
are a true journalist. geraldo rivera, wake up. you've got somebody on your tail. >> peter: brian could go on to fire 68 on the front nine. >> is that right? >> brian: that's very bad. and that was very wrong. >> peter: i would probably do about the same. meanwhile, we are tracking tropical storm hermine. while you were sleeping, she made landfall in texas after lashing northeast mexico. packing winds of 65 miles an hour. there you can see the path of the storm. by thursday, 7:00 o'clock, it will be in missouri valley. it will bring a whole bunch of rain to texas for some folks -- some focuser wind up with a foot of rain. oklahoma, a bunch. kansas could feel the effects later this week. >>> earlier, judge napolitano was on the program and said that the glenn beck rally was the largest political rally. you know what? there were a couple of other biggies, like the pro choice march for women's lives in 2004, nearly 1 million gathered for that. we wanted to clarify. >> brian: ali should take the bow on that one. >> peter: aloha. >> alisyn: summer is drawing to a close. i'm heart broken. but t
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